5 accessories that completes a man’s wardrobe



A good leather bifold wallet. Go for a thin one that fits easily in your pocket and carries all the contents safely. As many men go years without changing their wallets, make sure yours is durable. While traditional colours are black, tan and brown, you could look for other shades like navy and olive, as well. Choose one that has multiple compartments for bills and IDs with a cardholder.



While sunglasses protect your eyes, they also add oodles of style and glamour to any look. However, it is extremely important to choose the right frames depending on the shape of one’s face. Narrow cat eye frames are the must have shape for the summer and look best on angular faces. Wider frames if you have a fuller face.



A handy backpack or messenger bag is one of the most important accessories a man should own. Pick a bag according to your outfit and the nature of use. A messenger bag would be the ideal choice for work as it is available in stylish designs, sizes and colours and can hold your essentials including laptop and work folders. For a more casual setting, get a lightweight backpack.



While a good quality timepiece in a sleek design can make you look more sophisticated, tech forward watches in classic designs are quickly gaining popularity. Hybrid smartwatches have emerged as the perfect fusion, with the aesthetics of a classic timepiece and the functionality of a smartwatch.



If worn right, these can enhance your overall look. Besides, there are many different options to choose from such as metal, beaded, leather and rope. Avoid anything too flashy or over-the-top and go for one that suits your personal style. Beaded and leather bracelets can instantly add an edge to a casual jeans and T-shirt look. Opt for thin ones in dark colours such as black, brown, burgundy or olive green.


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